CMSC204  Assignment 1 Solution

CMSC204 Assignment 1 Solution

Concepts tested by this program:

            ArrayList

            Tooltips

            Mnemonic

            Read  Files

            Javadoc

            JUnit Tests

            Exceptions

 

Create an application that will check for valid passwords.  The following rules must be followed to create a valid password.

 

1.      At least 8 characters long

2.      At least 1 numeric character

3.      At least 1 uppercase alphabetic character

4.      At least 1 lowercase alphabetic character

5.      No more than 2 of the same character in a sequence

Hello123 – OK

AAAbb123 – not OK

Aaabb123 – OK

 

Operation:

When the application begins, the user will be presented with a screen that states the above instructions for creating  a password, two text entry boxes for typing in a password, and three buttons. 

If the user wants to check a single password, they will type in the password in both  boxes and select the “Check Password” button.

If the user wants to read in and check a list of passwords, they will select the “Check Passwords in File” button, be presented with a file explorer, and select the file to read from.  Those passwords that failed the check will be displayed, with their error message.

If the user presses the “Alt” key, a letter will be underlined in each button label.  That letter is the “mnemonic” that can used as a shortcut(Alt plus the letter) to execute the button.

If the user hovers his cursor over a button, a tooltip will be shown.

Specifications:

 

The Data Element

String

The Data Structure

ArrayList of Strings

The Data Manager

Create a PasswordChecker class that implements PasswordCheckerInterface.  The PasswordChecker class will have at least two methods:  One method that checks the validity of one password that returns true if the password is valid and that throws an exception if invalid.  One that checks an ArrayList of passwords and returns an ArrayList with the status of any invalid passwords.  The ArrayList of invalid passwords will be of the following format:

<password<space<message of exception thrown

Create exception classes for each exception listed in PasswordCheckerInterface.java.

Always check for the length of the password first, since that is the easiest and fastest check.  Once the password fails one rule, you do not need to check the rest of the rules.

The GUI

·         Provide buttons to allow user to check validity of one password or a file of passwords.

·         Ask the user to enter the password and to re-type the password.  If the two are not the same, inform the user.

·         Create a tool tip and a mnemonic for each of the buttons.

·         Use a FileChooser for the user to select the input file.

·         Use methods of PasswordChecker to process the passwords.

·         Use try/catch structure to catch exceptions thrown by PasswordChecker methods

Exceptions

Provide exception classes for the following:

1.       Length of password is less than 8 characters (class LengthException)

Message – The password must be at least 8 characters long

2.       Password doesn’t contain an uppercase alpha character (class NoUpperAlphaException)

Message – The password must contain at least one uppercase alphabetic character

3.       Password doesn’t contain a lowercase alpha character (class NoLowerAlphaException)

Message – Error

4.       Password doesn’t contain a numeric character (class NoDigitException)

Message – The password must contain at least one digit

5.       Password contains more than 2 of the same character in sequence (class InvalidSequenceException)

Message – The password cannot contain more than two of the same character in sequence.

6.       For GUI – check if Password and re-typed Password are identical (class UnmatchedExcpetion)

Message – The passwords do not match

 ·         The file will be in the following format:

One password per line

Examples:

 

1.      Note: If you check for the uppercase before the lowercase – you will receive the uppercase exception
1.      Note: If you check for the uppercase before the digit – you will receive the uppercase exception
6.  Based on the file above:

 

Displayed to user when selects Check Passwords in File
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